2015 Nissan LEAF For $10,623 In Northern Colorado – Through End Of 2015

2 years ago by Mark Kane 22

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Nissan LEAF

Workplace Charging Challenge Group Buy Program

Workplace Charging Challenge Group Buy Program 1. 2015 Nissan LEAF S with quick charger package- market rate price 2. The Group-Buy is a pre-negotiated savings. The tax credits are applied for by each EV owner, and would not happen at time of purchase. The state of Colorado credit is a refundable credit (See this link for more on tax credits).

Drive Electric Northern Colorado announced an interesting deal for 2015 Nissan LEAFs in Colorado that runs from now until year’s end.

Thanks to $9,007 off the LEAF’s retail price through the Group-Buy, the $7,500 tax credit and the $5,000 Colorado state tax credit, the price of the 2015 LEAF could be just $10,623!

$21,000 savings? One-third of the sticker price? Sweet!

Special Deal on Nissan LEAFs: Pre-Negotiated, Hassle-Free Price

This is a special opportunity for employees at our Workplace Charging partner companies exclusively, only until Black Friday then will be open to the entire Northern Colorado community.

We are excited to offer you access to our Northern Colorado Group-Buy.

EVs provide the opportunity to decrease vehicle emissions and oil use, and now workplace charging partners have access to the nation’s best-selling all electric vehicle at a pre-negotiated, discounted price. The 2015 Group-Buy is a pre-negotiated price for the Nissan LEAF, currently only available to employees of Northern Colorado Workplace Charging partners.

For a limited time, only workplace charging partner employees have access to this deal. Curious if your workplace is a participant? Check the banner below to see if your employer’s logo is represented. This Group-Buy is currently only available until December 31, 2015.

  • 0% financing available up to 72 months (with approved credit)
  • 3 year/ 36,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty
  • 5 year/ 60,000 mile powertrain warranty
  • 8 year/ 100,000 mile battery warranty

Great pricing, great perks! Including:

  •  24 months of complimentary charging
  • 6 free days of a rental car for longer range trips
  • 3 years Roadside Assistance
  • Enjoy the benefits of driving electric: zero emissions, enhanced driving experience, contribute to decreasing U.S. oil use, and NEVER pay for gas again!

Workplace Charging Employers!

To add to the benefits of this deal, Nissan is donating one free level II charging station to the employer that has the most new LEAF purchases through the Group-Buy. Employees: Make sure to list your employer when you sign up so we can count you toward your company’s total! After December 31st we will total the participants from each employer that has three or more new LEAF purchases, and randomly select one employer to receive the station to install at their workplace!”

Source: Drive Electric Northern Colorado via Green Car Congress

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22 responses to "2015 Nissan LEAF For $10,623 In Northern Colorado – Through End Of 2015"

  1. Anon says:

    Wow. But you have to live in Colorado. 😛

    1. Robb Stark says:

      And make at least $108,000 to take full advantage of the Colorado income tax credit.

      1. RedLeafBlueLeaf says:

        Where did you read this? My reading was that they refund the full amount, even if you didn’t have that much tax liability in the year (in contrast to the feds).

      2. Nix says:

        Robb, the Colorado state tax incentive is a refundable tax credit, meaning that as long as you are a Colorado taxpayer with eligible income, your total income doesn’t matter.

        From Colorado FYI 67 “Innovative Motor Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Vehicle
        Credits”:

        “REFUNDABILITY
        For tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2010, but prior to January 1, 2022, the innovative motor vehicle credit and the alternative fuel vehicle credit are refundable. The credit is first applied against the income tax liability of the person who purchases, leases, or converts the qualifying motor vehicle. If the credit exceeds the tax due, the excess credit will be refunded.”

  2. ggpa says:

    Ok, so we can expect the pricing of used Leafs to drop even further.

    Is Nissan still giving discounts for folks to keep rather than return Leafs?

  3. Bob says:

    And 2016 Leaf for $ 20.000 ?

  4. kubel says:

    There’s $10,925 lease cash available for remaining 2015 stock.

    $5,000 for purchase plus 0% APR.

    1. M. St. J. says:

      They have offered me $5000 off my $17500 buy at the end of my lease on my 2012. With 39,000 miles and a battery 2 bars gone. ( $10,000 off and I might consider ).

  5. Frank says:

    That is just a crazy deal ! o.0

  6. Mark says:

    They will not get the full CO rebate. Price X battery Khw divided by 100. Price is cost after Federal rebate.

    ($15,623 x 24)/100=$3,749.52

    So about $11,900. Still a good deal. I spoke to Boulder Nissan on the phone and they were discounting the 2015 by $8,500 even before I started negotiating. Maybe I can do better than group buy.

    1. RedLeafBlueLeaf says:

      It’s the list price of the lowest model in the line – the S. So it’s higher than that. For 2014 it was about $5100.

    2. Nix says:

      Mark — The Colorado rebate calculation isn’t based upon the purchase price, it is based upon the MSRP of the base model.

      It is designed this way to keep you from getting a larger tax incentive for loading up your EV with options.

      Here is the calculation based on a vehicle purchase:

      MSRP $29,010
      Fed credit -7500
      =21,510 X 24/100
      =$5,162.40 tax incentive.

      A lease calculation is different, and would actually be calculated off of the actual payment, and would be less.

  7. David Murray says:

    Is this possibly a push by Nissan to clear out all of the 84 mile Leafs so they can start selling the 107 mile versions?

    1. Nix says:

      Cars.com shows about 20 of the 2015’s left in Colorado, so it definitely looks like a closeout. 2016’s are already in stock.

  8. Ted Wilson says:

    Does the Nissan Leaf need a Tire Rotation.

    With the motors being in the front and the battery being in the rear, the load is evenly balanced and there may not be a need for tire rotation.

    Is this correct.

    1. RedLeafBlueLeaf says:

      Only if you want the tires to last.

    2. John C says:

      My wear rate (measured with a gauge) is ~2x higher in the front than in the back.

    3. jelloslug says:

      Even with proper rotation the factory tires on the 2013 leaf I had only lasted about 20k miles.

      1. CBonville says:

        My 2013 just ticked over 25,000 miles and the tires look like they should be good for another 15,000 – 20,000 miles. I run mine at 38 PSI and easily 75% of my miles are on the interstate.

  9. Benz says:

    Great deal, I wonder if something similar could be done nationwide next year, so that more people can get such a deal (or even a better deal)?

    1. Dag Johansen says:

      The Colorado tax credit doesn’t apply elsewhere but I sure would like that group buy price.

  10. Dag Johansen says:

    Amazing. That is a free car if you drive it long enough and consider the savings by not buying gasoline.